After a disappointing 6-7 season in 2014, the Pittsburgh Panthers are looking to overhaul the football program and steer it towards a brighter future. But in order to do this, the players have to buy into it and have to feel good about where the program is heading. And something as simple as the facilities - where players spend the majority of their time - can make all the difference in the world.
So Pitt showed its dedication to the players Tuesday, unveiling the brand new football facilities, and some of the reactions from players were priceless.
The Panthers open their season September 5 at home against Youngstown State.